Junius B. Booth Society, Inc.
Tudor Hall Tours, 2016
The historic Tudor Hall is a fascinating piece of our nation's history. When you visit,
you'll connect to the story of the Maryland Booths who left their mark on America
forever. You'll walk where they walked, lived, played, worked and dreamed.
When you visit, this part of history comes alive.
The property and first floor of Tudor Hall will be open to visitors for tours
in 2016 at 1:00 & 2:00 PM on the dates listed below. This year there are
some special talks replacing the 2:00 tours on the dates listed with a (*).
All 1:00 and other 2:00 tours will feature the general tour.
All tours and talks last about 45 minutes. See below for details of the
special talks and regular tours.
April 3* & 17, May 1* & 22*, June 5* & 26, July 10* & 24, August 7* & 21,
September 11 & 25*, October 9* & 23, November 6
- *May 1, July 10 at 2:00 PM:
Junius Brutus Booth and Tudor Hall
by Jim Garrett
Jim is a life-long Lincoln Assassination and Booth enthusiast, a volunteer at Fordís
Theatre and a tour guide for Washington DCís Old Town Trolley Tours. He is
co-author of The Lincoln Assassination: Where Are they Now? A Guide to the
Burial Places of Individuals Connected to the Lincoln Assassination in
Washington, D.C.and The Flags of Fordís Theatre.
- *June 5, August 7 at 2:00 PM
John Wilkes Booth and Tudor Hall
by Jim Garrett
- *April 3, October 9 at 2:00 PM:
Rosalie Booth: The Eldest Sister of John Wilkes Booth
by Dave Taylor
Dave is the creator and administrator of the popular Boothiebarn.com.
In addition to being an elementary school teacher, Dave is an avid Lincoln
Assassination and Booth researcher, writer and speaker. He is also a guide
for the John Wilkes Booth Escape Route Bus Tour organized by the Surratt Society.
- *May 22, September 25 at 2:00 PM:
Till the Curtain Falls: The Genius of Edwin Booth
by Kate Ramirez
Kate is a senior at St. Mary's College of Maryland, working toward a
major in History and a minor in Museum Studies, and the recipient of their
Transfer and Phi Theta Kappa scholarships. While attending Manhattanville
College in her native New York, she received the Castle Scholars Research
Grant Award for her study of the Lincoln assassination and conspiracy. She
has spoken about the trial and execution of convicted conspirator Mary Surratt
for the 2015 Surratt Society Conference, the Society for Women in the Civil War,
and Historic Port Royal. When not researching the infamous tragedy of 1865,
she can be found working as a living Civil War historian, giving tours at the
Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum in Waldorf, Maryland and volunteering
at Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
The cost for each tour and each talk is $5.00 cash for those age 13
For more information:
443-619-0008 or SpiritsOfTudorHall@gmail.com or
Tudor Hall is located at 17 Tudor Lane, Bel Air, MD 21015
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